I’ll be keeping this post short because I have very little I want to say about this week’s Freezing Vibration episode and I don’t want to lower the already shockingly bad quality of my posts by ranting on about something that doesn’t even matter.
Well then, shall we start by pointing out that everything’s still so damn predictable? Almost all the Pandoras found out about the experiments and some of them agreed to help the E-Pandoras in their attempt to escape the facility. It was no surprise to see Satellizer and a grossly depowered Kazuya on the frontlines.
The predictability, unlike my interesting in this show, keeps growing and one can almost see the ending. They are probably going to wait another episode or two before revealing yet a few more little secrets that involve either that professor and/or that Pandora, who’s probably related to Kazuya somehow. Choosing this over Noukome or Gingitsune may have been a mistake after all.Read More
I did it! I finally found a simple word to describe this entire season without overcomplicating it. After having thought about it I arrived at a word that I use all too often. This season is predictable. It’s mediocre at best and those scenes with Satellizer’s brother were the only interesting ones worth remembering (until she stupidly enough saved his life).
Anyway, thing are finally coming to an end from the way things are going. We know that things are about to go south after all the E-Pandora are revolting. They are sick and tired of being used as lab rats and don’t want to end up as Nova’s. Why it came to the point that they actually took the crap that would either kill them or turn them into Nova’s I don’t understand, but it shows how determined they are. They would rather die or become monsters than to have to live as lab rats to power hungry organisations. Very inspirational indeed!
It all comes down to a fight between Pandoras and the E-Pandoras. Which will win? I don’t know. But the E-Pandoras are not alone anymore. They have friends that will surely fight by their side (until they actually turn into Nova’s and lose control of themselves). Only time will tell at this point, but since everything has been so predictable lately…
I’ll end this post with a final prediction. Keep in mind that I have not read the manga whatsoever. Kazuya stands in the middle of this, I know that for sure. His and Satellizer are going to do something to stop that man, whose probably also related to Kazuya somehow. I have been reading up on all sorts of rumours, but I think that man wants to resurrect that Pandora. It’s that Pandora that’s probably a relative of Kazuya, seeing has they both have ‘similar’ features. That’s probably what links that old man to Kazuya.Read More
Congratulations on the worst episode so far. I cannot believe I actually saw this. It’s a good thing that I’m not an overly emotional person, otherwise my monitors would’ve gone through my window after I finished watching this dreadful episode.
I wanted to see this episode all week. I told myself that I was going to see an epic episode with a lot of action and a lot of wicked emotion. That’s right, I once again proved to myself that I’m an idiot that tends to set the bar too high. I cannot believe how this whole thing played out from the moment it started to the moment it ended.
The fact that they made Kazuya look so weak during this episode isn’t even the worst of it. I mean, what the hell is up with his responses? He can do the most amazing things that other Limiters simply can’t. After all, the guy, just like is sister, has a stigmatic body that allows him to do crazy stuff. To think that they would make him look this weak…
I’m not even going to rant on about the fact that this season doesn’t measure up to the first. I just want to use these final few words to express my dissatisfaction towards Satellizer’s actions. Her half-brother has been tormenting her for most of her life, making her do and say horrible things. She was finally in a position to end it once and for all. She could’ve finally been freed from her satanic half-brother, so why she decided to save his life is a mystery to me. His sudden change of personality after he was saved truly was the rotten cherry on top of the ever so rotten cake. Make he take a big bite of it and die a horrible death.Read More
What a heavy and emotional episode… You know an episode is good when it makes you want to kill a character. Did I feel the urge to kill? Hell yeah. I wanted to find someone that looks exactly like that character and strangle him to death with a string of braided pubic hair.
Putting aside any and all psychopathic urges; what an episode! When I saw that guy work his half-sister, Satellizer, like she was nothing but a slave I got angry. We were led to believe that Satellizer is this powerful Pandora, so strong that normal people can’t even touch her. Seeing her in that foetus position with her brother right there, hoping that he shows mercy this time by leaving her alone, was absolutely shocking. I thought it was a tiny bit exaggerated until that guy actually started to strip her naked. Guys like that need to be killed with fire. Lots and lots of fire.
There’s one thing that still bothers me. Satellizer’s half-sister, Violet, knows what’s going on between those two, even now. Why does she not interfere? Did she not help Satellizer once before by making her leave the estate to go to a school far away? You can’t honestly tell me that she’s going to let Kazuya clean up the mess of the el Bridget family?
I have been thinking about the next episode for days now. I just can’t seem to figure out how Kazuya is going to help solve this. I know he’s ‘special’ in their world, but can he really bring down Louis and that Pandora of his without Satellizer’s help? She certainly doesn’t seem to be in a fighting mood from what I could gather. Just a few more days…Read More
Things are really starting to heat up in Freezing Vibration. I’m guessing were finally getting to the good parts. Actually, we’ve gotten to the part that I always wanted to see, so I can barely wait for the next episode.
I was actually surprised by how aggressive the characters have gotten during this episode. People are getting more and more suspicious of the people behind the E-Pandora. One of the Pandoras actually decided to ask a few questions and ended up getting captured against her will and brainwashed. I cannot believe it’s as easy as that. Did they honestly believe that nobody would notice the change? Did they think nobody else would start asking questions? Come on… Everyone noticed the change right away. Asking questions and taking action should be everyone’s top priority by now.
Anyway, I’m just glad we’ve arrived at the point where Kazuya finally meets Satellizer’s family. I’ve always wanted to meet them, especially her younger half-brother, Louis, who is probably the reason as to why she doesn’t/didn’t like to be touched by other people. That little psychopath really scared her like I couldn’t possibly imagine.
Violet, Satellizer’s older sister, was aware of the abuse and sent Satellizer away for her own protection. She’s clingy, energetic and seems to speak her mind. I like her! But, as one could expect, I am more focussed on how Louis is going to deal with his half-sister. I doubt Kazuya is going to interfere much. He doesn’t really strike me as the fighting type.Read More